Discover Islamabad

The University of Lahore is the largest private sector university in Pakistan with more than 35,000 students and 4 campuses. 

President's Message

In pursuit of excellence, the University developed its original core values at Islamabad Campus.

Led by its experienced and competent faculty and supported by latest infrastructure and dedicated staff, at purpose-built Islamabad Campus the higher education is imparted in management, pharmacy, engineering, information technology and computer sciences in a conducive and professional environment. The University is fully committed to further expand this Campus both in its size and educational activities.

Brig. M. Ajaib


Ibadat Education Trust

Trust established in July 1999 Objective was to set up and run University and to maintain the highest possible academic standards University was named as “THE UNIVERSITY OF LAHORE”

Islamabad Campus UOL


Islamabad Campus which was established in 1998 is the mother campus of the University Lahore (UOL) and is being served by a fully developed infra-structure for Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Sciences, Pharmacy, Management Sciences and Allied Health Sciences. 

International Links

In order to develop new precedents to initiating beneficial collaboration in the area of teaching and research, The University of Lahore signed multiple MOU’s and mutual educational and scholarly interests around the world.

The UOL Facts

  • Commercialization and Enterprise
  • Teaching Excellence
  • Excellent Facilities


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The Capital of Pakistan

The capital city of Pakistan, Islamabad is located in the northwest of the country on Potohar Plateau. This area has been significant in history for being a part of the crossroads of the Rawalpindi and the North-West Frontier Province.

The city was built in 1960 to replace Karachi as the Pakistani capital, which it has been since 1963. Due to Islamabad’s proximity to Rawalpindi, they are considered sister cities.